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    Former President Donald Trump again lashed out at the FBI Tuesday evening over last week's raid of Mar-a-Lago, as a new report said that top officials in the White House counsel's office had been interviewed by investigators about boxes Trump took home.  'The DOJ and FBI just returned my passports. Thank you!' Trump posted to Truth Social. 'Unfortunately, when they Raided my home, Mar-a-Lago, 8 days ago, they just opened their arms and grabbed everything in sight, much as a common criminal would do. This shouldn't happen in America!' It was previously reported that the FBI had returned the three passports to Trump.  The New York Times reported Tuesday afternoon that former White House counsel Pat Cipollone and his deputy Patrick Philbin were interviewed by the FBI in connection with the boxes Trump removed from the White House and stored at his Florida home and private club.  They're the most senior people known to have been interviewed by the FBI for the probe referred to the Justice Department by the National Archives over missing documents.  Philbin was interviewed sometime this spring, The Times reported. ...
    Donald Trump's attorney Justin Clark was interviewed by federal investigators two weeks ago, the Justice Department has revealed. The lawyer was probed by DOJ prosecutors on June 29, a court filing related to Steve Bannon's criminal contempt case has revealed. Bannon, a former White House strategist, is going on trial next Monday for defying a subpoena from the January 6 select committee. The move to interview Clark could have wider repercussions for the multiple investigations facing Trump and his inner circle. Donald Trump's attorney Justin Clark (pictured) was interviewed by federal investigators two weeks ago, the Justice Department has revealed
    When starting a new life, it's always helpful to have the support of close friends. And if the friends in question are the former president of the United States and his wife, so much the better — as Prince Harry and wife Meghan are discovering. As the Mail revealed last year, the couple have been taking advice from Barack and Michelle Obama about life outside the Royal Family.  Harry has known them for years, bonding over humanitarian and military issues, as well as his inspirational Invictus Games for injured military personnel and veterans.  Meghan is a huge admirer of the former U.S. First Lady, secretly attending a talk Michelle gave in London in 2018. So when launching their new life in the U.S., no wonder it was to the Obamas that Harry and Meghan looked for inspiration. Since leaving the White House in 2017, they have earned a fortune by selling rights to their autobiographies, embarking on lucrative speaking tours and setting up a production company and charitable foundation.  The couple are now said to be worth $135 million (£97...
    One lead candidate to become the next Manhattan District Attorney sued Donald Trump at least 100 times while another had a meeting about a federal judgeship during his presidency– and whoever wins will take over the high-profile criminal investigation into the former president and his business. Alvin Bragg has reminded voters during his campaign that in his former job with the New York attorney general's office he sued the Trump administration 'more than 100 times.' Fellow lead contender Tali Farhadian Weinstein is less vocal in her mentioning of the former president, but she does occasionally bring up her involvement in a successful lawsuit against his administration. Farhadian Weinstein served as general counsel to the Brooklyn district attorney – and she has not yet publicly addressed the time she interviewed with Trump administration officials for a federal judgeship early in his presidency. Whoever wins the district attorney race for the Manhattan Borough of New York City will inherit the criminal probe into the former president and the Trump Organization. However, both Bragg and Farhadian Weinstein – considered the front runners as...
    Former President TrumpDonald TrumpThe Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - Split screen: Biden sells stimulus; GOP highlights border Democrats move smaller immigration bills while eyeing broad overhaul Social media platforms on the right fail to maintain post-Jan. 6 growth MORE will appear on “Fox News Primetime” with host Maria BartiromoMaria Sara BartiromoBartiromo to host 'Fox News Primetime' next week BBC apologizes for interview with fake Cory Booker Gaetz suggests DeSantis could run for president in 2024 if Trump is out of the picture MORE on Wednesday night at 7 p.m., the former president’s office announced in a statement. The interview marks a rare media appearance for the former president who has cut a low public profile since leaving office in late January. Trump appeared for a round of interviews in mid-February following the death of conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh. The former president largely steered clear of politics in those interviews, instead trying to keep the focus on Limbaugh. However, Trump did lash out at some Republicans who he said did not fight hard enough for him while...
    Michael Cohen is set to be interviewed by Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance Jr. for the fourth time as part of the criminal probe into Donald Trump, DailyMail.com can reveal. Sources say the move signals the imminent indictment of the former president and members of the Trump Organization in the financial fraud inquiry. Trump's former fixer Cohen is a key part of Vance's investigation, which is the only known active criminal inquiry into Trump. It's understood Cohen will be questioned in more detail Friday on Trump’s finances, including his relationship with Deutsche Bank, his primary lender for decades. The probe is focused on allegations of bank, tax and insurance fraud, as well as falsification of business records. Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance Jr. is set to interview Donald Trump's former personal attorney and fixer Michael Cohen on Friday, DailyMail.com can reveal  Cohen will likely be questioned in more detail Friday on Trump’s finances, including his relationship with Deutsche Bank, his primary lender for decades. Trump was seen golfing in West Palm Beach, Florida this month  A source told...
    Mets interviewed former pitcher Chris Young for GM role, per reports By: Andres Chavez November 25, 2020 ShareTweetFlipRedditThe fact that the New York Mets are no longer looking for a president of baseball operations (Sandy Alderson is expected to take that role) doesn’t mean that the team isn’t looking for top baseball executives. In fact, now that they have new owner Steve Cohen, Alderson, and manager Luis Rojas, all energies and resources are directed to finding a good general manager. It has been reported that the New York Mets already interviewed former Marlins president of baseball ops Michael Hill. Now, Mike Puma of the New York Post is tweeting that former big league pitcher Chris Young has also interviewed for the position. Earlier this week, Alderson explained that six candidates have interviewed. One of them is, apparently, the former Mets’ pitcher. Young is a 41-year-old former hurler. In 1297.2 career innings, he accumulated a 3.95 ERA. He even had a stint with the Mets, in 2011-2012. By that time, Alderson was...
    When President Donald Trump used the phrase "Stand back and stand by" in reference to the white nationalist group known as the Proud Boys during his September 29 "debate" against former Vice President Joe Biden, Susan Polis Schutz was appalled — and for good reason. The mother of Governor Jared Polis is also a filmmaker, and she's spent most of 2020 completing Love Wins Over Hate, a documentary examining the rise of racist organizations in the U.S. through conversations with former members trying to make amends for their past actions by helping others grow beyond their biases, too. The film is already appearing on PBS stations across the country and will debut on two Denver outlets in the coming days. "I'm still reeling from it," Polis Schutz says of Trump's statement. "It was a nightmare. It was so horrible.... He was trying to couch his enthusiasm for them in words you had to think about. But it was so vitriolic and mean and demeaning to the presidency and the United States." Beyond that, Polis Schutz feels that Trump's willingness to...
    Former federal prosecutor Andrew Weissmann, who spent more than a year as one of Robert Mueller’s top deputies in the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, unleashed harsh criticism on the Special Counsel’s Office in an interview with The Atlantic published on Monday. Weissmann, who now teaches law at New York University, particularly chastised the office for being too timid in the face of attacks from President Donald Trump. Weissmann said Mueller’s office let the constant threat of Mueller’s firing prevent the team from pursuing all possible leads in probing the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia. “The specter of our being shut down exerted a kind of destabilizing pull on our decision-making process,” Weissmann told The Atlantic’s George Packer in an interview preceding the release of his new book, Where Law Ends: Inside the Mueller Investigation. According to the report, Weissmann’s book recounts several specific examples in which Mueller’s team refused to aggressively pursue members of the president’s family because they feared how Trump might react. “For example, the special counsel shied away from subpoenaing Don Trump Jr....
    By Fatos Bytyci PRISTINA (Reuters) - Kosovo's President Hashim Thaci said he will travel to the Netherlands on July 13 to be interviewed by international prosecutors following his indictment for war crimes and crimes against humanity over his role in its independence conflict. On June 24 a special prosecutor’s office in The Hague dealing with Kosovo's 1998-99 uprising against Serbian rule said it had indicted Thaci, former parliamentary speaker Kadri Veseli and others for murder, enforced disappearances, persecution and torture. Both Thaci and Veseli, who served as top commanders in the former Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), have denied the accusations. "I would like to share with you that on Monday I will also travel to The Hague, invited by the Specialist Prosecutor’s Office, to be interviewed," Thaci said on his Facebook page. "While my compatriots as well as me will face international justice with dignity and integrity, I call upon you to stand united in dealing with the challenges that our country is facing." The Specialist Chamber was set up in The Hague in 2015 to handle cases of alleged...
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